The Government and Amazon join together for the digital transformation of Mendoza

He Government of Mendoza, in collaboration with amazon Web Services (AWS), announced a strategic alliance to implement the “AWS Entrena Argentina” program. This project, presented at the Congress and Exhibition Center of the City of Mendoza, has the fundamental purpose of training 100,000 people in skills related to the cloud and the use of digital transformation.

The launch event was attended by local government authorities, academic representatives and businessmen, evidencing the widespread interest and support for this initiative that seeks to promote the digital transformation in Mendoza and throughout Argentina.

The training, completely free and available online, “is aimed at business owners, entrepreneurs and students, allowing them to access certifications in a timely manner. The training is asynchronous, meaning participants can manage their times. Some will complete the course in a month, while others will do so within a maximum period of three months,” explained the Undersecretary of Employment and Training of the GovernmentEmilce Vega Espinoza.

Photo: Government of Mendoza.

AWS Entrena Argentina aims to train more than 100,000 people throughout the country for free by the end of 2025. This effort not only seeks to develop individual talent, but also promote digital transformation in companies and public sector organizations.

Access to basic knowledge about cloud technologies is facilitated through the argentina.talento-cloud.com portal, where participants can register and access digital content on topics such as innovation, artificial intelligence and machine learning asynchronously and on demand.

Photo: Government of Mendoza.

Lorena Zicker, AWS Public Sector leader for the Southern Cone, highlighted the pride of contributing to the digital transformation of Argentina and the development of professionals of the future. “We know that one of the main economic impacts of cloud adoption in Argentina will be the generation of 1.2 million new jobs until 2038, according to the FTI study. This program aims to accelerate startup innovation, technological adoption among small and medium-sized businesses, promote digital transformation from different productive sectors and develop the talent of tertiary and university students in basic knowledge about emerging technologies,” he added.

Photo: Government of Mendoza.

For her part, Carolina Piña, AWS Mass Training leader for Latin America, pointed out the need to prepare the workforce for the jobs of the future, especially given the emergence of new technologies and regulations. “According to data from the World Economic Forum, by 2027, 22% of the jobs that will be required in Argentina do not yet exist. This is why we must start today to develop the talents and capabilities of tomorrow,” she said.

AWS’s investment in free cloud computing skills training, with a commitment to reach 29 million people by 2025, reflects a global commitment to developing technology skills across diverse sectors and regions. This effort is aligned with IDC data that indicates that 65% of Latin American companies face difficulties in recruiting and retaining digital talent.

 
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